The Arts

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The latest arts news in Noosa

Noosa is in the midst of a coworking craze with plenty of hot desks ready for entrepreneurs and start-ups. But, where can the creatives go to work on their artistic endeavours? Jolene Ogle visits Lipstick Lane to find out. Nestled amongst industrial units in Noosaville, is

Art lovers gathered at the recently opened Phillips Gallery for the launch of Art Tours Noosa. Guests mingled with artists from Floating Land, nibbled on canapes and sipped cocktails as they celebrated the launch of tours that will connect art lovers with local artists and

Noosa Regional Gallery Director Michael Brennan explores a recently censored exhibition that is coming to Noosa to consider who is actually the purveyor of provocative content in so-called offensive art. Every so often an artwork or exhibition comes along that brings about a strong reaction from

John Caruso discovers the history behind our summer ’19 cover and the bold, colourful images often displayed as nose-art on many bombers in the second world war. It’s 1943 and the B-25 Mitchell bomber is flying sorties over the South Pacific against the Japanese. Cheekily displayed

Noosa may be the relaxation capital of Australia but look a little deeper and you will find an absolute hive of artistic creativity. Artists being artists are often hard to track down. Pete Goodlet discovers Art Tours Noosa has done the research for you and

Many of us take photos on our phones when we travel but local artist Helen Peel takes it one brush stroke further, capturing exotic locations and the people she meets on canvas. Now, she’s back in Noosa and ready to share her travel experiences with

As the curtain went down on stayin’ alive for 10 days of arts and entertainment in the cultural playground of Noosa, Helen Flanagan reminisces. This year’s NOOSA alive! program, masterminded by the producer Tim Loydell and with a revitalised committee, delivered 30 creative and refreshing events

Dirty hands, smiles on their faces and art in the works, more and more people are returning to basics, booking out workshops and classes at the Butter Factory Arts Centre. Jolene Ogle discovers just how the art centre is keeping up with demand. The weekend used

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